How Keith Urban's daughters have supported him while on tour

He and Nicole are used to conflicting schedules

Keith Urban is having the time of his life while on his The Speed of Now World Tour, selling out big stadiums and performing to thousands of adoring fans.

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While the prospect of having to spend so much time away from his family home and wife Nicole Kidman isn't the greatest, he's found other ways to cope.

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The singer hosted Country Countdown USA with Lon Helton earlier in the month and mentioned that his two daughters with Nicole, Sunday, 14, and Faith, 11, have hit the road with him too.

While still managing to find time around school and spending time at home with their mom, they've also found joy in joining their dad on his tour bus.

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"They've been out, I've been taking them out at different times individually," Keith said. "And it's been great to have them out on the bus. 

"They love the bus, and I would too at that age. Just the idea of traveling and sleeping in the bunks. But it's been nice having them out there."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Keith's daughters have joined him occasionally while he is on tour

Speaking recently to Audacy's KFROG (Riverside), Keith provided some insight on how he was spending his time while away from home for so long. 

The singer said that he was "obsessed" with the HBO comedy-drama series Barry, adding: "[Barry] was unbelievable. I'm so bummed that it's finished unless there's some way to reboot it down the track – that's a phenomenal show."

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And like many others, he's also a huge fan of the Emmy-winning Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso, admitting that "you need to check your pulse" if you're not a fan.

"It's good because I think it's timely," he explained. "The idea that a show where you keep waiting for the other shoe to drop — this guy can't be that nice and compassionate and kind and empathetic, there's no way — there's something waiting.

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"But the fact that it never does, and you go, 'Yeah, wow, what a gift!' A gift from the heavens that the spirit of that show has been right about now."

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